You can help protect Vermont’s Waterways!
The Agency of Natural Resources has released a draft permit for accepting, processing, and discharging landfill leachate from Casella landfills into Vermont’s waterways. The permit includes accepting leachate from New Hampshire!
Oppose this harmful permit by posting a comment before the deadline!
Your comments will be accepted from Monday, September 20, 2021 until November 8, 2021. To review the permit and post a comment:
Attend a public hearing or join a virtual meeting
Attend in person in Newport!
October 26, 2021, from 5:30 – 7:30 PM Newport Gateway Center Floor #1, 84 Fyfe Drive, Newport VT 05855
- Join on your computer or mobile app: Microsoft Meeting Teams Link
- Or join by phone (audio only): +1 802-828-7667, United States, Montpelier. Phone conference ID: 144 161 579#
Attend in person in Montpelier!
October 28, 2021, from 5:30 – 7:30 PM Agency of Natural Resources Annex Building 190 Junction Road, Berlin, Vermont 05602
- Join on your computer or mobile app: Microsoft Teams Meeting Link
- Or join by phone (audio only): +1 802-828-7667, United States, Montpelier. Phone Conference ID: 796 679 119#
We hope to see you there!!
The Lake Memphremagog Community Meeting was held 8/24/2021
We are working hard to restore and protect the beautiful International waters and watershed of Lake Memphremagog.
Through our research, monitoring of water quality reports and published testing, testimony to legislators, and our own petitions for improved regulatory and testing policies, we focus on keeping our water clean and healthy for all. more to come…
By holding scheduled meetings for stakeholders and the public, participating in press conferences, writing public comments and media articles, we are working hard to inform and engage the public.
more to come….
Collaboration is a key to accomplishing our goal. Working together with other environmental groups raises our combined knowledge, and provides a strong platform to make the biggest impact.
more to come….
Please join us in the fight to restore and protect Lake Memphremagog!
Join Us on Facebook – with over 200 members in our Facebook group, we have many opportunities to collaborate, locally and internationally!
(Header photo by Jeff Gerade, 2018)